Rebound Therapy

The phrase ‘Rebound Therapy’ was coined by the founder, E.G. Anderson, in 1969 , to describe the use of trampolines to provide therapeutic exercise and recreation for people  with a wide range of special needs. In 2006, Eddy joined forces with disability sports coaches and Saturn V Rebound Hall founders Paul and Shirley Kaye and formed ‘Rebound’,, the UK governing body and international consultancy for Rebound Therapy.

Rebound Therapy is used to facilitate movement, promote balance, promote an increase or decrease in muscle tone, promote relaxation, promote sensory integration, improve
fitness and exercise tolerance and to improve communication skills.


Rebound Therapy Practitioner Course

Rebound Therapy is a one day training course followed by a post course assessment.

The following people are suitable to become a trained Rebound Therapy Practitioner:  
- Gymnastic sand Trampoline coaches
- Special needs teachers and assistants
- Physiotherapists
- Occupational Therapists
- Speech Therapists / Pathologists
- Rehabilitation workers and carers
 - Any other relevant health professionals

Please note that you do not have to be a Trampoline Coach to become a Rebound Therapy Practitioner. For further information about courses please visit the GQ Education Calendar

To register interest in this course please contact Development Team by email